Kearny and Donny MacGregor are famous hoaxers whose lineage can be traced to a long line of conmen and tricksters. Hours before the brothers perform a successful crop circle hoax, they are approached about creating an Earth light hoax for the mayor of Stony Creek, the Bigfoot capital of northern California. Earth light is a general term used to describe unknown lights in the sky, and the mayor of Stony Creek believes that this second "phenomenon" will help pull the town from its revenue slump. After several successful Earth light hoaxes, a loose group of truth seekers forms, lead by Sheriff Nicki Stanford and local Bigfoot debunker Possum, and the chase is on.
If you could sum up Hoaxers in three words, what would they be?
Delightfully witty entertainment.
What did you like best about this story?
I loved how the two MacGregor brothers fit in their nicknames perfectly as Donkey! one is the head & the other is the tail. A perfect fit!
Which scene was your favorite?
I loved it when the MacGregor brothers thought they saw Bigfoot for real and ran for their lives!
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I laughed a lot! A very well written witty story. It is funny to see how hard people will work to create a hoax & the efforts they will go to make it believable!
Any additional comments?
This is a very enjoyable book! It has a great storyline & plot. Parts of this book even had me talking back to them saying how could you not see that coming? The Author, Edward J McFadden III did a really great job getting the point across in this book. The narrator, Jack de Golia delivered another superb story, with all his multiple voices! Good job guys!
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What did you love best about Hoaxers?
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
What does Jack de Golia bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Clarity and definition......I wouldn't have finished the book, cos the animal names for people kept throwing me off.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
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